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cleveland 19 news, ohio's flooring superstore. asking questions and getting answers, cleveland 19 news. >> and shoot an innocent woman. innocent. defenseless. >> activists are demanding justice in the shooting death of pearl. >> denise: breaking news from summit county. they have arrested a man they say shot his girlfriend in front of the woman's three children. it happened earlier tonight on inman street. the 26-year-old woman was taken to the hospital where she is clinging to life. no charges yet for the suspect.
for tropical storms and a hurricane are bearing down on florida and hawaii. >> romona: heavy winds and damaging winds could cause damage. jeff tanchak is tracking the storms and he has the first alert. >> jeff: yessing ladies. look at what is going on in the tampa area. hermine has strengthened. flooding is a huge concern right now in florida. you can see the video out of the tampa area. we are m there is a tropical storm there as wl. as well. not expected to do major problems there. 24 is the big deal in florida. look at all of this rain. it has just started. we got reports in the tampa, saint pete area. 10 inches of rain already. it looks like five inches more could fall there. this is where hermine is right now.
1 hurricane that will be early friday morning. from there it tracks to southern georgia. and then friday morning flooding rains. if you had plans along the east coast plan on significant rain and wind here. you might even want to think about cancelling your we'll bring you details. >> tonight the community activist groups are calling for justice for a woman who was shot and killed after a car accident. harry boomer is getting answers tonight. >> today is -- today is the day she never had a chance before she was gunned down. the man accused of killing her is the exmilitary. deborah pearl's family doesn't
now why he shot her to death. >> he has known him for 40 years. they gathered outside the city hall asking for transparency and to say what matthew desher is accused of doing is a hate crime. i asked him to explain that rational. >> for him to create the accident to get out of the car and to walk to her directly and to shoot a lady that is begging for her life and not trying to shoot it randomly at anybody else. >> matthew desher's truck t-boned prl's car. pearl's car. he got out the rifle in hand shooting her multiple times. >> is there any indication that he said anything to her? called her a name that might have indicated any kind of
enough to hear it. as one of the ladies that called in, she definitely stated that when they seen her with the gun, which they was supposed to do, they backed away because at that particular point in time they don't know who he was about to shoot. >> police say his intended target was deborah pearl. >> we are looking at this as a hate crime. we know about the ptsd. it doesn't excuse a murder. she is the victim. not him. >> i talked talked to a friend earlier this week. it is a result of suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome. they served a couple of tours in iraq and we will stay on top of the story and keep getting answers for you. harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> thanks, harry. today matthew pleaded not guilty in the death of deborah pearl. he remains in jail on a
>> romona: entemman's is pulling the fudge brown knee and chocolate chip muffins because it could contain small pieces of plastic. they will be in parma to campaign and the vice president will be speaking at the uaw and speaking at around 5:45. >> romona: he outlined a plan on immigration. now, what the billionaire could do if he wins the white house. >> reporter: ramona, the highly anticipated speech raised questions on how clear his policy actually is. but if trump wins the election he says the federal government will have the right to choose
united states. >> to all of the donors and the politicians and the special interests, hear these words from me and all of you today. there is only one core issue in the immigration debate and that issue is the well being of the american people. >> chris: the remarks came after talks with mexico's president. the republican nominee said the meeting was productive and special. he doubled down in phoenix on his call to have mexico pay for a wall along the u.s. and mexico border. >> ? can't keep my hands to myself ? >> romona: a consumer watchdog is urging the federal trade commission to crackdown on deceptive social media ads.
says many social media stars fail to disclose when they are being paid to push products and services. dan deroos is in the answer center with a look at how the government could soon be fighting back. >> dan: denise, this is pretty simple. if you are flipping through a magazine an ad has to be clearly stated or look like an ad or at the top it has to tell you it is an ad. i bet you didn't know that you youtube, say you have a youtube channel. if you can come in close on this. if you have 300 million subscribers and you do a commercial, you get paid $300,000 m on instagram if you have 1 million to 3 million followers and you do an ad you get $50,000. i will show you the most liked instagram post of all time. it is this one right here. selena gomez and, yes, she is drinking a coke. it is very clear that this is an advertisement, but no where
five million likes. the ftc is looking into whether or not people like kim kardashian and really her entire family that has 300 million collective followers, when they post a picture of a louis vuitton bag or some sort of clothing line, that it must say ad or use the # ad somewhere on. it the fdc is looking into it to see if they should start cracking down. there is a lot of money being made and traded on social media. ramona? >> romona: t o heart broken father wrote for his daughter had national attention. it shines the light around mental illness. sara goldenburg has more on how we can help those around us. >> reporter: one in four adults experienced mental illness in a given year. and katie shoner's father wants to change the way he talks about it. his goal is to erase the stigma so more people get the help they need.
lived outside columbus lost the battle with bipolar disorder. hours after she committed suicide her dad ed started writing. >> 4:00 in the morning i have to write an obituary and write this and explain to people what happened. i didn't want there to be any uncertainty. >> his words have struck a cord. so often people who have a mental illness are known as their illness. they say he is by polar is schizophrenic. as you talk about this, please do not use that phrase. people who have cancer are not cancer. people who have diabetes are not diabetes. >> mental illness is a physical illness. it involves the brain. we need it to treat it as any other illness. >> reporter: becky filah says katie's dad was brave for speaking out and a lot of people fear what they don't understand.
freedom to go into a psychiatrist's office and ask for help. we don't have that in our society right now. >> if you have a loved one fighting mental illness here is the advice. >> understand the illness and don't take it personally and try not to fix it. >> katie's dad hopes speaking out about his pain will help other families. >> we just need to support each other and love oche other through this terrible illness until some day and some day that day will come there will be a cure. >> when someone you love disorder the whole family is affected. the best thing you can do is learn more about the illness and support groups are available for family members too. ramona? >> romona: thank you, sara. over 61 million americans experience mental illness in a given year. and more than half of them do not get the help they need. one in 17 americans live with a serious mental illness like schizophrenia or bi-polar disorder.
>> denise: the attorney general is warning you about workers coming to your door warning to pave your driveway right away. they ask for the money up front and do a poor job and then you never hear from them again. here is what you can do to protect yourself. first research any company you are hiring. you can find out whether other people have made complaint about them on the better business bureau's website. be skeptical. if a contractor has left over materials from another job. get everything in include the cost of the work as well as the company's name, address and phone number. >> it was worse than a slap in the face. >> denise: a mom feeling the heartbreak of losing her son said she had to face the pain all over again at of all places babies are us. why she said she left the store in tears. >> romona: we are getting
than just heartburn. it could give you a heart attack. jeff? >> jeff: 73 degrees in downtown cleveland. you are starting to feel the change. the cooler air is filtering in. the humidity has already dropped. even a little lake effect rain in the forecast. you will love the holiday weekend. first alert details coming up. >> get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app powered by the
>> driven by don joseph toyota in kent this is cleveland 19 news. >> romona: it was a simple picture posted by a mom in florida. her son eating lunch with a college football player. >> denise: to her it was much more than a simple act of kindness. tiffani tucker has the heartwarming story. >> play action here and got a man deep. can he get it there? he does. it is inside the thane -- it is inside the 10 and a florida state rudolph. >> reporter: he makes big plays on the football field and the wide receiver scoring points in the lunchroom. >> i saw him sitting by himself. i got some pizza and asked him can i sit down with him and he said sure why not. >> reporter: travis saw the 6th grader bo sitting alone and decided to join
viral. what rudolph didn't know is that bo has autism and most days eats alone. on this day number 15 changed that. >> it was just heartbreaking that he is in that situation, but i'm praying for him and i feel like he is a great kid overall. >> reporter: rudolph and several other fsu football players visiting the tallahassee school when he spotted bo. bo's mother was so touched by the gesture. >> on the days sitting alone >> reporter: she posted her appreciate on her facebook page and it went viral. >> i am just moved with emotion at his generosity and his kindness. i don't know what made him pick bo, but i'm so grateful he did. >> i am a superstar. everybody recognizes me. >> those kids do look up to us. i remember being in that position not too long ago and i feel like one person can
>> romona: after that story went viral they want to sit with him now. bo ask -- he wants to join him for a football game. he is a superstar. a small gesture going a long way. >> romona: i heard that from so many that a child should never sit alone. >> tiffani: it happens. my daughter is it happens a lot. they tell you to spend time with someone and hopefully they do that. they didn't do it with bo and now they want to be his friend, his bestie. >> denise: a teaching moment for a lot of people. a new study says eating a meal within two hours of your bedtime could increase your chance of a heart attack or a stroke. that's because while we sleep our blood pressure typically drops 10 points. if you eat before bed your
that could increase your chances of a heart-related death. >> romona: a connecticut woman who suffered a miscarriage opened the strap particular memory -- traumatic memories at babies r us. she wanted to celebrate the upcoming birth. she didn't have a repeat so the clerk asked why she was returning the items. jessica had to tearfully explain why she lost her baby. but the clerk couldn't find the items in the system. after the manager had to get involved jessica had to repeat her story of losing her baby. >> someone in my situation returning a product for the loss of a child. there is no policy. >> they offered a half price refund for one item and two cents for the other. after hundreds of complaints about jessica's story babies r
for the items and an apology for the way she was treated. >> denise: some owners are suing apple over what is being called touch disease. a gray bar is showing up at the top of some of the phone screens. it makes the touch screen unresponsive. now, the issue appears to be fairly common. people who own the affected phones are being told that they need to pay more than $300 for a new >> pinpointing the weather where you live. now your cleveland 19 first alert forecast. >> you will feel the change tomorrow. this is 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. we will be in the upper 60s in cleveland and in the euclid area. it looks like 67 there and it is not going to be a big warm up tomorrow.
around 72 in euclid. the high will be a little warmer inland. we had the cold front that came through. the rain threat is now finally over in the southern counties. i will keep it mostly cloudy the rest of the night. then kind of a mucked sky -- mixed sky on the way. september 1st, the first day of the meteorological fall and all of this is coming after the warmest august that we have seen on record cleveland. 75 is the high tomorrow. 73 on friday. that will be the coolest day. saturday we rebound back up to 76. now we are in the holiday weekend. 77 on sunday. it looks like the effects from the -- well what could be hurricane/tropical storm and then this will become a big area of low pressure east of us. it looks like it will miss us. could see some cloud cover from it saturday night. we won't see any rain.
65 the low tonight. mostly cloudy, akron-canton and 60. pretty seasonable. it is not a big warm up. the weather impact is a two. low to mid60s. we'll see a mixed sky and sun glare eastbound to start your day. 75 the high. notice how that wind picks up out of the north. 12 to 24. as far as the planner goes 71 at 11:00. 72 at 2:00 in the afternoon. 71 at 5:00. a little hint of fall out the. akron-canton at 77, mostly cloudy and choppy were the north wind waves two to four feet. watch what happens on friday. windy partly cloudy, 73 and 50s both nights. you will be in the 60s for the friday night football games. sunny and 76 and becoming partly cloudy on sunday. 77 on labor day and near 80 and then we are back above 80 next tuesday. a dry and eventually warm
september. denise, back to you. >> denise: thank you, jeff. a lot of you have been talking about this one on facebook. parents of a south carolina first grader are trying to get answers from her school on why their daughter's teacher would throw away her shoes. when mom told the 6-year-old to wear her sandals to school, the first grader started to cry and said she didn't want to because they were in the garbage the day before. the girl told her mom that the teacher repeatedly told when she didn't the teacher took them and threw them out. >> i feel it was malicious behavior. i'm angry about it. she could have used a better method. >> i do not want to get treated like that. i am only 6. >> denise: how about her? the girl had to walk around barefoot for awhile before being allowed to take them out of the trash and put the sandals back on. the school administrators are discussing whether they will
>> romona: i love her. still to come, urban meyer names his starting tail back and a player's parents -- the player's parents are the first to find out. >> tomorrow morning getting answers about protecting your credit card from identity theft. it all begins with something that you may not even think twice about. and your first alert forecast
trophies. cory cluber was phenomenal. eight innings and cruises to his 15th win. look at the past couple months and he is 7-0 in his past 10 games and put the tribe into position every time he takes the mound. these are cy young numbers no question. >> man he pitched god of >> man he pitched good. it is a good feeling. not that we don't have other guys, but he is at a high level that it is really nice. >> yes, it is. make webber, this is nice, the new star running back at ohio state. the buckeyes made the call and then they made the other call. urban meyer's tradition is special. the position coach picks up the phone and calls the parents. >> coach meyer calls the running back position, the cadillac position of the school and this football program. your son has done a great job and i wanted to gef uh call
the starting tail back at ohio state. i know, right. >> mom is screaming. that's awesome. game of the week, come on, one more night. hudson at strongsville. go to cleveland 19.com. weigh in on that. before we go it wasn't that long ago that joe thomas finally jumped on twitter. his teammates haven't been safe since. ask john greco. >> ? somebody knows it. ? the way that you shake it on me ? ? makes me want you so bad, -- ? >> tony: these big guys. io is big and greco is pretty big. did you know that song? >> romona: i do.
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>> it is cooler. we will be saying hello to september. it is the start of the meteorological fall. 65 at 8:00 a.m. and low 70s in the afternoon. we will hit 75 73 on friday. partly cloudy and gorgeous weekend. very comfortable. 76 on saturday and near 80 on labor day. >> right when you said you are interested she yawned. >> ramona is not interested. >> denise: thanks for joining us. cleveland 19 starts at 4:30 a.m. >> i can't believe i am just
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